Second campaign debate Nixon-Kennedy 1960
On Friday, October 7, 1960 Vice President Nixon and Senator John F. Kennedy are interviewed for a second time by a panel of four newsmen on a variety of topics. Frank McGee of NBC is moderator.
Audio/Visual sound, color
March 14, 2011
Campaign Debate 1960.
1960: The beginning of a new era.
July 24, 2009
Talk isn't cheap
Kennedy made reference to the need for the president to demonstrate moral leadership. Something fell apart with Clinton. Both candidates thought Cuba was lost but not forever. Nixon stressed the private sector's role for economic recovery, closely tied to reduction of taxes. Here, here!! Civil rights was accepted by both as necessary. Neither one had it over the other in this issue.